IPL 2021: Kane Williamson will represent SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) in the next edition.© BCCI / IPL
New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson said on Sunday that missing tests against England for playing in the Indian Premier League (IPL) is not his preferred option. For now, it remains to be confirmed whether the final stages of the Indian Premier League (IPL) would conflict with the series of tests between England and New Zealand. “It’s definitely not the favorite thing. I know when the plans were put in place. It wasn’t the idea at the time, but as we’ve seen, you can plan on that. era, and they very rarely go as planned, ”said Williamson, as quoted by The Bharat Express News.
“For us it’s being able to adapt as quickly as possible, we still have to wait and see when the dates are finalized to really know what happens before a decision is made, but the ideal scenario is to be available and around for all this cricket. . We will just have to wait and see, ”he added.
Previously, it had been confirmed that New Zealand Cricket (NZC) would grant no-objection certificates to its players for the next edition of the IPL.
Besides the granting of NOC, it was also confirmed that Kiwis will be available for the entire edition of the IPL.
New Zealand Cricket spokesman Richard Boock confirmed to ANI via email that the council will award NOCs and that Kiwis will be available for the entire edition of the IPL.
“Yes, NOCs would be donated and cricketers would be available for the whole edition,” Boock said.
It was reported by some media that the Kiwis would miss the IPL playoff stage as New Zealand are set to play the two-game test series against England in June this year. However, this clarification from Boock put an end to all rumors.
Williamson will show up to play for SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) in this year’s IPL.
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